Chp21 - 1. The function of baroreceptors is to monitor...

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1. The function of baroreceptors is to monitor changes in A. heart rate B. stroke volume C. peripheral resistance D. blood pressure E. blood viscosity Ans D Ref 683 2. Baroreceptors are located in A. wall of right ventricel B. medulla oblongata C. SA node D. walls of aorta and carotid arteries E. walls of capillaried Ans D Ref 683 3. Valves are present in A. arteries B. arterioles C. veins D. capillaries E. all of above except capillaries Ans C Ref 674 4. Increased levels of epinephrine cause A. a decrease in systemic blood pressure due to net vasodilation B. an increase in systemic blood pressure due to net vasoconstriction C. a decrease in systemic blood pressure due to a decrease in force of contraction in cardiac muscle D. an increase in systemic vascular resistance due to an increase in the rate of erythropoieses E. a decrease in systemic blood pressure due to increased movement of fluid from plasma to the interstitial fluid Ans B Ref 685 5. Increased levels of aldosterone cause: A. an increase in venous return because more water is reabsorbed into the blood
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